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Un general assembly will not be addressed by Afghanistan after credentials dispute

Joined Nations(CNN) Afghanistan will at this point don't address the United Nations General Assembly, in the wake of an accreditations question between the Taliban and the country's present agent to the UN


Afghanistan's UN delegate Ghulam Isaczai - a nominee of the country's previous popularity based government, which disintegrated under the Taliban's development last month - had been relied upon to address world pioneers on Monday. 


His staff educated the worldwide body over the course of the end of the week that he would presently don't be talking, as per UN Secretary-General representative Stéphane Dujarric.United Nations(CNN) Afghanistan will presently don't address the United Nations General Assembly, in the wake of a qualifications debate between the Taliban and the country's present delegate to the UN. 


Afghanistan's UN agent Ghulam Isaczai - a nominee of the country's previous popularity based government, which disintegrated under the Taliban's development last month - had been relied upon to address world pioneers on Monday. 


His staff educated the worldwide body throughout the end of the week that he would presently don't be talking, as indicated by UN Secretary-General representative Stéphane Dujarric.United Nations(CNN) Afghanistan will at this point don't address the United Nations General Assembly, in the wake of a certifications debate between the Taliban and the country's present agent to the UN. 


Afghanistan's UN delegate Ghulam Isaczai - a nominee of the country's previous popularity based government, which disintegrated under the Taliban's development last month - had been relied upon to address world pioneers on Monday. 


His staff educated the worldwide body over the course of the end of the week that he would presently don't be talking, as per UN Secretary-General representative Stéphane Dujarric.United Nations(CNN) Afghanistan will presently don't address the United Nations General Assembly, in the wake of a qualifications debate between the Taliban and the country's present delegate to the UN. 


Afghanistan's UN delegate Ghulam Isaczai - a deputy of the country's previous vote based government, which disintegrated under the Taliban's development last month - had been relied upon to address world pioneers on Monday. 


His staff educated the worldwide body throughout the end of the week that he would presently don't be talking, as indicated by UN Secretary-General representative Stéphane Dujarric.This doesn't change the way that the agent of Afghanistan stays as before," Dujarric said. 


Hairdressers in Afghanistan's Helmand Province are presently disallowed from shaving whiskers and playing music 


Hairdressers in Afghanistan's Helmand Province are presently disallowed from shaving whiskers and playing music 


A fight over certifications started last week, when the Taliban sent the UN a solicitation to supplant Isaczai with their own delegate, as CNN detailed the week before. 


As per the Taliban's letter, Isaczai no longer addresses Afghanistan. All things considered, it named Mohammad Suhail Shaheen as the Islamist aggressor gathering's chosen one for extremely durable portrayal in New York. 


The letter additionally noticed that previous President Mohammed Ashraf Ghani has been "removed and [countries across the world] at this point don't remember him as president," concurring an assertion from Dujarric last week. 


Since the Taliban assumed responsibility for Afghanistan, Isaczai has kept on pushing for his nation, meeting with unfamiliar agents and in any event, approaching the UN Security Council to pressure the Taliban into framing a more equitable government. 


Last week, he additionally sent a letter to the UN Secretary-General with a rundown of agents during the current week's General Assembly and named himself as the top of the appointment. 


The two offers for acknowledgment have been submitted for thought by the UN's Credentials Committee.

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